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SBD/August 19, 2011/Franchises
Stern: Hornets Have 4-5 Prospective Buyers Interested In Keeping Team In City
Published August 19, 2011
PRICE OF SUCCESS: In L.A., Mike Bresnahan reports Lakers season-ticket prices “increased about 4% across the board, with courtside seats up to $2,700 each, a $100 bump from last season.” Season-ticket holders who “did not pay for tickets with a lump sum earlier this summer will owe the second of three payment installments next month and a third installment in November.” The Lakers said that “if games are canceled because of the lockout, pro-rated refunds will be given along with an added 1% cash refund” (L.A. TIMES, 8/19).